Know Enough.—Little Tommy was naughty one day, and obstinately refused to say his lesson to his governess. " But you know it quite well, I'm sure," protested tho young lady. "Yes," he admitted. "Well, why won't you say it?" she inquired. "What's the use?" he replied. If I say it you'll only make mc learn something else!" Member (shovriig visitor through): "Yes, my dear, every woiihiu ought to join a, club. It's so refreshing to blackball someone you don't like.''
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